Michael Norwitz and Pádraig Ó Méalóid provide a list of AM’s unpublished works…
'According to Trina Robbins, Moore told her that he wanted to write a story for her comic California Girls. She also said that he was drunk at the time, and in an exceedingly good mood, and telling nearly everyone who passed by that he wanted to work with them. I doubt he remembered any of it the next day.'
'…a set of ten video segments recorded at the recent Bristol Comics Expo where Tim Pilcher talked to Gary about the book and the work of Alan Moore, starting with how the book came to be and how Gary first met Alan in the 1980s comics scene, right through his comics and books work, his magical interests and performances and even how he gave Gary access to some of his precious hardback journals where he first wrote much of his work, including a glimpse of some pages from Alan’s journal for early draft scripts of From Hell.'
'Moore is friends with (and revered by) several leading physicists - many of whom will gladly tell you there are probably more than three spatial dimensions. He is particularly taken with the pop-star-turned-TV-populariser of science Brian Cox, and asked him recently: “How do you square the second law of thermodynamics with your earlier assertion that Things Can Only Get Better?” (This joke is very funny to only a very small number of people.)'
'The idea of Marvel publishing the Marvelman stories that people want to read should, on the face of it, be irresistible to the publisher. Right now, they don't have anything in their library that truly stands up to DC's one-two punch of Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns, and this would fix that hole in their back catalog and create a brand new piece of prestigious legacy for them. That they've owned the character for two years and haven't, somehow, addressed all the rights issues to make this happen could be due to one of many scenarios. Was it an underestimation of what the process would be? Was it lack of faith in the value of what's within reach? Or perhaps, is it truly outrageous creator demands that they can't justify agreeing to? Or maybe it's something else entirely.'